Portadown Noah talks with Edith Connelly, a 73-year-old Irish pensioner from Portadown, Northern Ireland. They discuss yesterday morning's car bombing in Portadown, which is a Protestant town some 30 miles south of Belfast. The Irish Republican Army has NOT claimed responsibility for the bombing. Connelly remembers a time when the threat of bombings seemed very remote, and says that although people want peace, she thinks the peace process is going nowhere.
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Portadown

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Noah talks with Edith Connelly, a 73-year-old Irish pensioner from Portadown, Northern Ireland. They discuss yesterday morning's car bombing in Portadown, which is a Protestant town some 30 miles south of Belfast. The Irish Republican Army has NOT claimed responsibility for the bombing. Connelly remembers a time when the threat of bombings seemed very remote, and says that although people want peace, she thinks the peace process is going nowhere.